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  • The UKA Grand Finals will be held at Addington Manor Equestrian Centre.  (Show Diary)

  • Lune Valley camping is now full. (Show Diary)

  • Camping at Newton Heath Champ show 20-21 June is now full. (Show Diary)

  • Thanks to the power of FB the Highdown show will be running on 28 June. (Show Diary)

  • The caravan pitches at the Hatton Agility Festival are now full.  (Show Diary)
  • The Kennel Club is seeking guidance on securing pipe tunnels at shows. (Show Snippets)

  • KC has revised the qualification procedure for Agility Team GB qualification. (Show Snippets)

  • Lune Valley normal camping is now full but they can offer a limited number of overspill pitches. (Show Diary)

  • The Highdown Agility Summer Show has been cancelled. (Show Diary)

  • Camping at Tuffley is full. (Show Diary)


Training News
Chance Dog Training Centre opens in Daventry and is available for hire for agility, obedience and heelwork to music etc.

Kennel Club News
The Kennel Club is bringing back the Kennel Gazette some time in the Spring.

Charity News
Smiffy's Charity Valentine Ball was a great success. They raised a massive £10,040 for the Harrison Smith Future Care Fund. They even have some agility people along at the ball which was fantastic!

Training Places & Spaces
Starting a new group of beginners, looking for few competing handlers to fill your classes or needing a few people to fill a workshop or seminar? Email the details and we will post them for you.

  • Warehill (Beds)

  • Trainer needed for Lewes DDTS (E. Sussex)


Events added in the last two weeks.

'The Agilitynet site has really helped me in the past to find training courses for me to attend. I have done training courses all over the country and thoroughly enjoyed them.' Marianne Tembey


Here are some of the latest arrivals but there are many more looking for active homes.

You can now add potential agility dogs direct. It's a faster service and still free to rescue organisations and private individuals! Another new features is a Google map so you can see where the dog is located. Wales may not be THAT far away for the right dog!


There's an extra 'fun run' qualifier for every Grade level now, not just the Advanced dogs. You can find a qualifier to suit you by using the Qualifiers button on the Show Diary page. Don't be shy. Go for it.

Qualifiers News
A TAG Team Dash qualifier is available this year and two next year. The final is held in August at Uttoxeter Racecourse.

The Animal Health Co Classic
The Animal Health Company has agreed to continue it's support of the agility community with the AHT Classic incorporating the Westcott's water jump.

Brillo International Bounce
The Brillo International Bounce for both Small and Medium dogs, will continue in 2015 with 13 qualifying heats around the country.

Adams Qualifiers
The first Adams Derby was set up in 2001 by Chris and Sandra Adams. Over the years, they have added a Jumping Cup, Laser Pairs, Anysize Jumping and Junior Agility qualifiers to their repertoire.

Royal Canin Rest of the World Challenge
After two days of fierce competition, current holder Nicola Garrett retained her Royal Canin Rest of the World title at this year's Pembrokeshire By the Pond.

Skinners Grand Prix
It's never easy achieving two clear rounds in a row at speed but the winners of the first Skinners Grand Prix at Chatsworth did just that and more in front of a huge audience.

Just So Jump & Twist Pairs
Following 10 exciting heats held at shows across the country, the final of The Just So Jump & Twist pairs took place at Tag Summer Show in Uttoxeter.

Triple Team Qualifier
TTQ is a new team event for three dogs per team for dogs of all sizes. Heats will be held throughout 2015 with two teams from each heat qualifying for the final


Sorry but it's not be practical to list ALL the schedules available here for space reasons so we've opted for those that we've received in the last two weeks. The shows in red are closing this week so hurry hurry if you want to enter. Schedules can now be downloaded direct from the Show Diary page.

A Grade Change Form is available via a link on the front page of iSS

Attention: Show Organisers Click here to input your essential show details onto the iSS Show Diary.


Rescue Us
Bella appears to be the most popular name for rescue dogs right now. They come in all shapes and sizes but all are looking for their forever homes.

Winning Out Certificates
The Agilitynet Winning Out Certificates have gone out, thanks to Lintbells. If yours has not arrived by Monday, 30 March, please let us know.

Show Diary
Attention show organisers: Please let us know if you've reached your limit for entries or if camping is full so we can mark the Show Diary accordingly. Many people with new or young dogs would also like to know if you are having measuring, too.

Flea Market
Looking for a puppy or young dog (under 6 months) for agility? There are quite a few spring pups on the Flea Market now. We've heard that our Flea Market is firm favourite with the dog sports world as well as agility. More people, more choice.

A number is a mathematical object which can be used to count, measure, label or tell a story. So what do they say about agility?

Rainbow Bridge
It was love at first sight when Teresa Beams first saw Snoopy on the Internet. He had a lot of faults bless him, but she loved him so was prepared to put in all the hard work required.

Senior Agility League
The results are in. Well done to everyone who took part and let people know they were over 55. Shhhhh... And congratulations to the winners especially to Overall SAL Winner Peter Ray with an amazing 2227 points.

The 2015 SAL year has started. It is not necessary to re-register if you are already a SAL member. Now there is a link to the League Points (under the masthead) so you can start adding your points direct. Young at heart, new members are always welcome. Register today if you are 55 or older.

Clubs. Private Trainers & Show Organisers
Time to update your listings on Agilitynet for2015. New club? Ask how you can get a free listing on Agilitynet.

Judge's A-List
Newly qualified judges, please put your name forward for the Judge's A-List. Show secretaries will be booking shows for next year and it is a great way to get on the radar.

Advertising on Agilitynet
If you are interested in promoting your products and/or services to the agility community, what better way than via Agilitynet. After all, you are reading it now, aren't you! To find out more about advertising your goods and services, see our rate card.

Pic of the Week
Send us your best agility pictures - the ones which scream I love agility!

Job Search
No sooner had Thames DTC advertised on FB for a Loo Roll Co-Ordinator for their June Show than the vacancy was filled! Yes, it might have been tongue in cheek but point taken about how much help is needed at agility shows. Have you volunteered to do ring party recently?


How can we help you find that elusive item you been looking for? Try a free 'want' ad. You might be lucky


Agility inspired Greenspace
Garden designer Jo Baker recently designed and built an original green space agility course for a dog daycare centre. Visually it looks stunning and the dogs are loving it.

4th Height Jumping
Ann Harmes talks about her views on having a 550mm height in Kennel Club agility and why she has changed her mind. It's a good read and food for thought!

Holly the Re-Active Collie
Clive Bayliss tells the story of Holly the Re-Active Collie and how agility and the folks at Dog Learning Zone have helped her have more fun in the world.

Eat like an Italian even at shows in your caravan. Agility spouse, groom and chief cook 'n bottle washer Bruno Borriello's explains how he wrote his new cookbook between classes at shows. Buon appetito!

What's Wrong with European Handling?
Dante Camacho, a Brazilian who lives in and competes for Canada, looks at international agility and asks what do those 'weird moves' really mean?

I Am an Agility-holic
Lorraine Pearson is a self-confessed agility addict. She originally posted a shorter version of this article onto Agilitynet FB and got so many 'you have just described me' comments that she agreed to go public about her obsession.


Chaser Toys
Stacey Irwin-Burns reviews Chaser-Toys motivational bungee and non-bungee toys.

Back on Track Back Brace
As part of his job as a postman, back sufferer Richard Britton has to walk ar
ound eight miles a day. He's found that the BoT Back Brace has helped him significantly, so he wanted to make other aware of it's healing warmth.

Country Mun Stopper Pad Protectors
Stopper pads can easily be cut or ripped and injuries are a common reason for trips to the vet. Using these pads can help to avoid the risk of injury and discomfort to your dog and can save lotsa money in treatment costs.


There is no better way to measure your achievement than by comparing like to like. The number of breed and special interest agility leagues is growing. Join one today.

List of Leagues
Start here to find a league of your own. If there isn't a league for you and your dog, find some like-minded people and set one up. They're good fun.

Scottish Terrier Breeds Agility League
They may have short legs but they can still shift. The STB Agility League is open to any Terrier breed or X originating from Scotland e.g. Cairns, Scotties, Westies, Dandy Dimonts, Skyes, etc. New members welcome.

Staffordshire Bull Terrier Agiity League
Well done to all those clever Staffords that took part in the STB league last year.

Agility Terrier League
The Agility Terrier League 2015 is now open for new members. It is open to all terriers and their crosses. There are great prizes on offer for each grade winner and there is an annual final you could qualify for.

UKA Gun Dog Agility League
The 2014 Gun Dog Agility UKA League results have been published. Congratulations to the winners!

Schnauzer & Schnauzer X Agility League
When successful Schnauzer handler Jo Plevin realised the Schnauzer League was no longer running, she decided to set up a new one.


Communicating with Your Dog
Good awareness is one of the most important things in improving handling skills and where better to start than with understanding your dogs' body language? Learn to recognise and interpret what your dog is thinking (more or less) with this article by behaviour counsellor and dog trainer Sheila Harper.

Dog Training Myths Busted
Ruth Turner
wrote this article for the Dig It DTC blog. It's all about those common dog training questions that we've all heard like... Are dogs wolves?

Positive Reward Training
Recent years have seen dramatic changes in how we train our dogs. Modern, positive means of training requires getting rid of the old ways of dominance, force based methods. Mike Afia is concerned that recently he has seen too many inc
idents of abusive behaviour in the name of training at shows.


ICE Cards
Did you ever think what would happen to your dogs should you, heaven forbid, have an accident when travelling to a show or training. It occurred to Wendy Clay when she was stranded on the motorway in the freezing cold three hours from home, and stared her thinking about what to do In Case of Emergency...

Agility, Energy & Injuries
Agility may be great fun but all the twisting, turning, jumping and landing can present a challenge to a dog’s joints as well as a drain on energy resources. So we asked James Howie Vet Director at Lintbell's to explain more about the most common injuries in dog agility?

Canine Pancreatitis
Since writing this article, Kay Westgate has had over 50 emails from owners with dogs suffering pancreatitis. They all say they find it helpful.

A Pilates Approach to Dog Agility
Pilates instructor and agility enthusiast Stacy Weeks explains how Pilates can help you be a better handler.

Be AgilityFIT
You might wonder what martial arts have in common with running an agility dog? Personal trainer Mike Wood & Eleanor Balchin have developed an exercise regime specifically for those who compete in dog agility.


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